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JSTOR helps people discover, use, and build upon a wide range of content through a powerful research and teaching platform, and preserves this content for future generations. JSTOR is part of ITHAKA, a not-for-profit organization that also includes Ithaka S+R and Portico. For more information about JSTOR, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org. 246 JOUBNAL OP BIBLICAL LITEBATUKE SELECTED BIBLIOGRAPHY OP JOHN PUNNETT PETERS COMPILED BY JOHN PUNNETT PETERS, Jr. TALE UNIVERSITY FROM the wide range of writings of our late fellow member, Dr. John Punnett Peters, the following selected bibliography has been made. It has been the intention to mention only such works as are in the field of this Society's special interests. I. BOOKS Nippur or Explorations and Adventures on the Euphrates. The narrative of the University of Pennsylvania Expedition to Babylonia in the Years 1889—1890. 2 vol. New York, 1899—1904. Early Hebrew Story. Its Historical Background. Vol. vii of the Crown Theological Library. New York and London, 1904. Painted Tombs in the Necropolis of Nerissa. By John P. Peters and Herman Thiersch. Published by the Committee of the Palestine Exploration Fund, London, 1905. The Religion of the Hebrews. Vol. v of the Handbooks on the History of Religions, edited by Morris Jastrow, Jr. Boston and London, 1914. The Psalms as Liturgies. Being the Paddock Lectures for 1920. New York, 1922. Bible and Spade. Lectures Delivered before Lake Forest College on the Foundation of the Late William Bross, in 1921. New York, 1922. II. ARTICLES IN SCIENTIFIC JOURNALS ON ARCHAEOLOGICAL AND RELIGIOUS SUBJECTS The Egyptian and Old Babylonian Theories of the Origin of the Phoenician Alphabet Compared. J. Am. Oriental Soc, 1883. PETERS: SELECTED BIBLIOGRAPHY OF JOHN PUNNETT PETERS 247 Discussion of Dr. Isaac Taylor's "The Alphabet". Proc. Soc. Biblical Archaeology, May 6, 1884. University of Pennsylvania Expedition to Babylonia. III. The Court of Columns at Nippur. Am. J. Archaeology, 1895, vol. x, no. 4, p. 439—468. Civilization in Babylonia. J. Am. Oriental Soc, 1896, vol. xvii, p. 163 — 171. The Religion of Moses. President's address at the annual meeting of the Society of Biblical Literature, Dec. 27, 1901. J. Biblical Lit, 1902, vol. xx, part ii, p. 101—128. Notes on Recent Theories of the Origin of the Alphabet. J. Am. Oriental Soc, 1901, vol. xxii, p. 177—198. The Psalms : Form and Content. Am. J. Theology, March, 1903, p. 350—354. Intuitional Interpretation of the Psalms. A Review. Am. J. Theology, June, 1904, p. 767—775. Christ's Treatment of the Old Testament. J. Biblical Lit, 1896, vol. xv, parts i and ii, p. 87 — 105. The Nippur Library. J. Am. Oriental Soc, 1905, vol. xxvi, p. 145 — 164. The Palace at Nippur, Babylonian, not Parthian. Am. J. Archaeology, 1905, 2nd series, vol. ix, no. 4, p. 450—452. Recent Studies of the Psalms. Am. J. Theology, 1906, p. 255—262. Ritual in the Psalms. J. Biblical Lit, 1916, vol. xxxv, parts i and ii, p. 143—154. Notes on some Ritual Uses of the Psalms. J. Biblical Lit., 1910, vol. xxix, part i, p. 113—125. The Cock. J. Am. Oriental Soc, 1913, vol. xxxiii, part iv, p. 363—396. The Wind of God. J. Biblical Lit, 1914, vol. xxxiii, part ii, p. 81. The Cock in the Old Testament. J. Biblical Lit., 1914, vol. xxxiii, part ii, p. 152—156. A Hebrew Folksong. J. Biblical Lit, 1914, vol. xxxiii, part ii, p. 158—159. Excavations in Persia. Harvard Theological Review, 1915, vol. viii, p. 82-93. How Long? J. Biblical Lit, 1916, vol. xxxv, parts iii and iv, p. 324. Hebrew Psalmody. Harvard Theological Review, 1916, vol. ix, p. 36 — 55. The Worship of Tammuz. J. Biblical Lit, 1917, vol. xxxvi, parts i and ii, p. 100—111. The Home of the Semites. J. Am. Oriental Soc, 1919, vol. xxxix, p. 243—260. Some Uses of Numbers. J. Biblical Lit, 1919, vol. xxxviii, part i, p. 15—23. Notes on Isaiah. J. Biblical Lit, 1919, vol. xxxviii, parts ii and iii, p. 77—93. 248 JOUBNAL OF BIBLICAL LITEEATUBE A Jerusalem Processional. J. Biblical Lit, 1920, vol. xxxix, parts i and ii, p. 52—59. Notes and Suggestions on the Early Sumerian Religion and its Expression. J. Am. Oriental Soc, 1921, vol. xli, p. 131—149. The Tower of Babel at Borsippa. J. Am. Oriental Soc, 1921, vol. xli, p. 157—160. Notes of Locality in the Psalter. J. Palestine Oriental Soc, 1921, p. 122—131. Painted Tombs of Palestine. Art and Archaeology. Thirty Years' Progress in Semitic Studies. In a booklet entitled " Thirty Years of Oriental Studies", issued in commemoration of thirty years of activity of the Oriental Club of Philadelphia. Ed. by Roland G. Kent. Philadelphia, 1918.